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    In regards to Einstein's relativity, it's basis in three dimensional space argues for an intersection of these three one dimensional lines as steming from a point. Considering the point is fundamentally equivalent to zero and place a role in division, could this be interpeted as a division of a theoretical ether resulting in time as we know it?

    I ask this because it appears the point appears to be the center of all matter, and yet not a thing in itself without linear 1 dimensionality. The linear one dimensionality exists if and only if their is (a) point(s) and a circular form of reasoning follows. Is it possible that an ether can exists as one dimensional circular space from which time extends?

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    Incoherent babbling. Utter.
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    Seriously? What would make the question coherent? The point is not a thing in itself yet forms the dimensions for all spatial structures. Considering the modern view of matter is "volumeless points", the next question that comes to mind is what is the point in regards to matter other than an act of division?
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    Quote Originally Posted by eodnhoj7 View Post
    In regards to Einstein's relativity, it's basis in three dimensional space argues for an intersection of these three one dimensional lines as steming from a point.
    Citation needed.

    There is nowhere in relativity that argues for any such thing. Also, relativity deals with four-dimensional space-time.

    Considering the point is fundamentally equivalent to zero and place a role in division
    A point is not zero.

    Zero plays no part in division. You cannot divide by zero.

    , could this be interpeted as a division of a theoretical ether resulting in time as we know it?
    This makes no sense. And there is no ether.

    I ask this because it appears the point appears to be the center of all matter, and yet not a thing in itself without linear 1 dimensionality. The linear one dimensionality exists if and only if their is (a) point(s) and a circular form of reasoning follows. Is it possible that an ether can exists as one dimensional circular space from which time extends?

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    Gibberish.
    You can do everything right, strictly according to procedure, on the ocean and it'll still kill you, but if you're a good navigator at least you'll know where you were when you died.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eodnhoj7 View Post
    The point is not a thing in itself yet forms the dimensions for all spatial structures.
    How does that work?

    Considering the modern view of matter is "volumeless points"
    That may be your view.I doubt any sane person shares it.

    , the next question that comes to mind is what is the point in regards to matter other than an act of division?
    Well, obviously, it is an invisible pink unicorn in a trilby.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eodnhoj7 View Post
    Seriously? What would make the question coherent? The point is not a thing in itself yet forms the dimensions for all spatial structures. Considering the modern view of matter is "volumeless points", the next question that comes to mind is what is the point in regards to matter other than an act of division?
    You're back to gibbering utter bollocks.

    Please stop making statements and assertions. Just like the bogus "94%" number you "forgot" was wrong, you are now attributing statements to Einstein (or his interpreters) that no one ever made.

    We've pointed out numerous times where you are just making up shit. Stop it. Assume that you are about to write shit, and cease typing. Go look things up. Find citations. Then correct your errors and THEN resume typing. You simply don't know nearly enough to make any statements about anything scientific or mathematical without triple-checking your sources.

    As I've said before, your self-confidence is entirely without foundation. It's painful to read that, I'm sure, but it is not a gratuitous insult (you've never seen one of my gratuitous insults; I doubt you'd survive the encounter). It is an accurate observation based on the facts of your postings.

    If you are not a troll, take my assessments, and those of the "senior members" Strange and SpeedFreek as fact and go fix your problem. You will have a very short lifetime here otherwise.

    Just stop posting anything resembling an assertion or characterisation of current scientific understanding until you have looked it up, studied it carefully, and assembled a coherent, logical, consistent rendering of the cited references.
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